A Unified View

Caring for the Whole Patient

An integrated solution for correctional healthcare systems


According to data collected by The Marshall Project and the Associated Press, one in five state and federal inmates has tested positive for coronavirus—that’s four times the infection rate of the US general population.1 Not only are those numbers alarming, but inmates also suffer disproportionate rates of mental illness, substance use disorder, and chronic illness compared to the general population. Many do not have health insurance, nor do they receive adequate healthcare. The need for effective and efficient correctional healthcare services—with a whole-health, mind-body approach—is a public health issue. Additionally, how inmates reintegrate back to the general population must be seamless so proper transitions of care can take place.

This E-Book will explore:

• The pre-pandemic mental health crisis
• How opioid and substance use disorders complicate care efforts
• Factors that contribute to improved healthcare in corrections
• 11 questions for your EHR partner
• Solutions that offer visibility into a patient’s entire care continuum for improved coordination and better patient outcomes

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